I have two problems during creating a pdf file from an AutoCAD file:
Attached is the created pdf with the two Problems.
Thanks for helping!
Unfortunately i don't fully understand your first question. Can you explain it a little more precisely?
Regarding the frames around text, there should be a "text frame" option in the text properties.
The "text frame" option can be found by right clicking the text and selecting properties. Regarding the sketch if it is in a own layer you can just open the layer manager and exclude it from plotting by clicking on "Plot". If there is a red line on it it shouldn't be plotted. Should that not help with your issue please feel free to come back to me and we will look for a different solution.
Thanks for your help!!
How can I Change the "text frame" option in the text properties? I use the following way to create a pdf:
To my first question: If you look in my attached Picture (first post). There you can see a sketch on the right. This sketch is not part of the main Frame (or border). I only want to print the main Frame content.
thanks again for your help.
"The "text frame" option can be found by right clicking the text and selecting properties."
I use the TrueView Programm to create with a powerjob the pdf file. So there is an empty dwg file which is my template. So I can not Change the text properties by clicking the text...
So are there no boxes around the text in the drawing you export as PDF?